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Information about ACOMED statistics: Dr. Thomas Keller, Leipzig, Germany
Dr. Thomas Keller, who was the founder of ACOMED statistik, is working as an independent supplier of statistical services.
Dr. Thomas Keller (*1961) studied physics in Leipzig, Germany. After his theses in biophysics about energy-metabolism
in rat heart investigated by 31P-NMR-in-vivo-spectroscopy in 1991, he worked at INSERM and CNRS-institutes in Paris/France for one year.
After some additional years as a assistant in the biophysical institute at Leipzig university, he entered a biotech company as head of research and development unit in 1995.
The subject of the company (pes Diagnose-Systeme GmbH) was to develop hard- and software solutions for multiparameter laboratory diagnostics.
Both software-solutions (fuzzy-logic software tools) and hardware-solutions (multiparameter immuno-optic biosensor) required
diagnostic studies and laboratory evaluation / validation. Beside product development, Dr. Thomas Keller was responsible for design, organisation and analysis of these evaluations and studies.
From several trainings, cooperations with leading clinical chemists and lot of work Dr. Thomas Keller has got varied and
profound experiences in statistics, biometrics, design and analysis of life-science experiments and clinical trials.
Since its founding in 2003, ACOMED statistik has been able to connect custom-related services, scientific research and training
to a very successful business. Companies from pharma industry, diagnostic industry and medicine products industry as well as University research groups belong to customer of ACOMED statistik.
The statistical services ranges from design (concepts, study protocol, analysis plan) to analyses (SAS-programming, statistical analysis, statistical report) of clinical trials, diagnostic studies and method validation experiments.
In concordance with this development, an internal quality management and SOP system has been established.
Dr. Thomas Keller was involved as an author or coauthor in more then 80
publications. Dr. Thomas Keller has been a member of two CLSI subcommittees (EP09, EP25) and is a member of the IFCC working group "commutability".